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CLN301 V1P2K3 K4 Kapha Vikruti, Asthma, Obesity, Mucous in Lungs, Liver, Kidney are Weak from overeating Dessert Cheese Meat Eating 20090128 Ayurvedic Practitioner Consultation Berkeley


Published January 28, 2009


This MP3 audio recording is a live Ayurvedic Chinese Medicine health consultation with an actual patient who has a variety of symptoms including imbalanced Kapha (Vikruti), Asthma, Obesity, Mucous in the Lungs. With Lungs, Liver, and Kidney weakened from excess consumption of desserts, cheeses and meat eating.


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The consultation provides you the compassionate listener and the patient with an introductory level yet detailed analysis of their health focusing on diagnosis of Prakruti (genetic constitution of vata-pitta-kapha) and Vikruti (imbalance of three doshas of vata-space-air-movement, pitta-fire-water-metabolism, kapha-water-earth-phlegm-fat).

The patient’s anonymity is preserved with no reference to their name, phone number, e-mail or any other specific identifying information (see below at the end of this text for the agreement between the patient and the monk practitioner). In keeping with the medical ethical restraints of safeguarding Protected Health Information (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protected_health_information), none of the 18 identifiers specified in the U.S. HIPAA Act (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HIPAA) as personally identifying information are revealed about the patient in these MP3 audio files. Permission was obtained in advance from the patient to record for educational and research purposes for shared distribution with students:
Visit: http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/CLN301
And also http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=CLN301

The practitioner examines the patient from the perspectives of both Traditional Chinese Medicine (T.C.M. or Traditional Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture) and Indo-Tibetan Buddhist and Hindu Ayurveda and Tibetan Medicine (Traditional Ayurvedic Medicine - T.A.M.).

The practitioner interviewing the patient is from the Medicine Buddha Healing Center -- an American Buddhist Monk of the Nagarjuna Nalanda Tradition of Indian - Chinese - Tibetan Buddhism - Buddhist Ayurvedic Studies Program Distance Learning -- http://www.Ayurveda-California.com. This American Monk Ayur-Veda practitioner studied with renowned Ayurvedic physician Dr. Vasant Lad, B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc. for a six-year 1800-hour 1900-patient Ayurveda apprenticeship. This American Monk has served over 5600 patients over the last 11 years. This Monk Practitioner has also studied Chinese Medicine for 2 years in both Albuquerque (IICM) and the Bay Area (ACCHS and with private tutors) and is an Herbal Medicine Practitioner - Master Herbalist of American Herbalists Guild (AHG).

These high quality MP3 audio files of Ayur-Vedic Chinese Healing Arts Health Consultations are the first in a 3 trimester unit (45 class hours long) series of lectures aimed and comparing, contrasting and synthesizing the 2500 year old practice of Chinese Medicine (Zhong Yi or TCM) with the 2500 year old Indian Ayurveda and 1300 year old Tibetan Ayurveda systems (TAM). The goal of this lecture program series is to assist the student in seeing and understanding their vast commonalities in both theory (concepts) and practice (clinic) and to understand by using real word patients how the Asian healing arts can help people at a practical level.

This rarely presented clinical synthesis of the healing wisdom of these three great cultures (China, India and Tibet) will not only compare-contrast the theory of these two time-honored healing systems, but more importantly, will examine in detail the clinical practice aspects -- both herbal connections (Indian, Tibetan and Chinese herbs and minerals) and acupressure (Marmas in Ayurvedic Sanskrit) with acupuncture in the Chinese system.

By using actual patient visits (clinical consultations), we examine the three doshas (Tridosha - Vata-Pitta-Kapha) relationship to major concepts in Chinese Medicine that are often spoken of by acupuncturists to their patients. Some of these relationship comparisons include:
1. Vata Dosha (Space and Air - Wind, Cold, Qi [Prana in Ayurvedic Sanskrit]),

2. Pitta Dosha (Fire and Water - Spleen Qi [Jathar Agni in Sanskrit], Heat, Damp-Heat, Blood [Rakta Dhatu in Sanskrit], and Yang),

3. Kapha Dosha (Water and Earth - Phlegm-Mucous [Ama in Sanskrit], Damp-Cold, Jing Qi [Ojas in Sanskrit] and Yin).

Commentary on and Lectures in a personal way with the actual patient comes from the ancients texts of Indo-Sino-Tibetan Medicine: Chinese Classic of the Yellow Emperor - Huang Di Nei Jing (~200 B.C.), Shang Han Lun (~150 A.D. traditional Chinese: 傷寒論; pinyin: Shāng Hán Lùn), Divine Farmers Materia Medica (~150 A.D. The Divine Farmer's Herb-Root Classic (traditional Chinese: 神農本草經; pinyin: Shénnóng běncǎo jīng) with Charaka of Patanjali (~200 B.C.), Sushruta of Nagarjuna (~200 A.D.), Astanga Hridayam of Vagbhata (~700 A.D.) and the "Four Tibetan Medical Tantras" (~800 A.D. "rGyud - bzhi" in Tibetan, pronounced "Ju Shee" --- "Si-Bu-Yi-Dian in Mandarin --- in Sanskrit it is called the "Amrta-hrdaya-astanga-guhyopadesa-tantra" or Amrita Hridaya Astanga Guhyopadesha Tantra)

It would useful, but not necessary, that you also listen to the 7 half hour preliminary HDTV video lectures (usually 30 minute long for each video) found at:
http://www.archive.org/details/AYR220_Ayurvedic_Consultation_001_Tibetan_Medicine
http://www.archive.org/details/AYR220_Ayurvedic_Consultation_002_Tibetan_Medicine
http://www.archive.org/details/AYR220_Ayurvedic_Consultation_003_Tibetan_Medicine
http://www.archive.org/details/AYR220_Ayurvedic_Consultation_004_Tibetan_Medicine
http://www.archive.org/details/AYR220_Ayurvedic_Consultation_005_Tibetan_Medicine http://www.archive.org/details/AYR220_Ayurvedic_Consultation_006_Tibetan_Medicine http://www.archive.org/details/AYR220_Ayurvedic_Consultation_007_Tibetan_Medicine

Also, recommended is the Chinese Medicine comparison with Ayurveda at:
http://www.archive.org/details/TCM401_Ayurvedic_Chinese_Medicine_001_Comparison
http://www.archive.org/details/TCM401_Ayurvedic_Chinese_Medicine_002_Comparison http://www.archive.org/details/TCM401_Ayurvedic_Chinese_Medicine_003_Comparison

If not, you will miss out on the broader big picture foundation explanations of 1. Vata, 2. Pitta and 3. Kapha Doshas and their subtypes and their comparison-contrast with the Chinese Medicine concepts of 1. Qi - Wind - Cold - Yin Deficiency; 2. Yang - Spleen-Qi - Heat - Damp-Heat - Blood - Excess; and 3. Yin - Fluids - Phlegm-Mucous - Damp-Cold - Jing Qi. This first three videos are required preparations lectures for the more advanced and clinical oriented lectures that compare the two countries herbal and acupressure-puncture systems.
The more advanced lectures after these initial 3 videos classes (listed above) provide a detailed introduction that builds on these basics by focusing on diagnosis of Prakruti (genetic constitution of vata-pitta-kapha compared with modern Chinese Five Element typing) and Vikruti (imbalance of three doshas of:

1. VATA -- Space-Air Elements -- Movement and Catabolism -- Organs like colon - large-intestine - triple-warmer-circulation - Mind (Prana Vayu in Sanskrit),
2. PITTA -- Fire-Water Elements -- Digestion and Metabolism -- Organs like liver-gallbladder - small-intestine - Mind (Sadhaka Pitta), and
3. KAPHA -- Water-Earth Elements -- Growth and Anabolism -- Phlegm-Fat-Minerals - Organs like lungs-stomach-heart-kidneys-urinary-bladder - Mind (Tarpaka Kapha).

compared with imbalances of:

1. QI -- Wind - Cold - Yin Deficiency - TCM Element Metal;
2. YANG -- Spleen-Qi - Heat - Damp-Heat - Blood - Excess - TCM Elements Fire and Wood; and
3. YIN -- Fluids - Phlegm-Mucous - Damp-Cold - Jing Qi - TCM Elements Water and Earth).

Although we help the patient by using the clinical wisdom from the ancient Chinese medical classics, we rely heavily (via "fair use" provision (17 USC §107) of the U.S. Copyright Act for non-profit educational and religious purposes only) on the two modern TCM textbooks that are popular in the colleges of Chinese medicine in the USA and Europe:
Maciocia, Giovanni, Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text for Acupuncturists and Herbalists, 2nd edition, Published by Churchill Livingstone, First published: 1989. Second edition: 2005. ISBN: 0-443-07489-5. 1200 pages -- http://www.giovanni-maciocia.com/books/english/foundation.html. Purchase from: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0443074895/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20

Maciocia, Giovanni, Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine, Published by Elsevier Ltd., ISBN 0 443 06448 2 First edition 2004. 1127 pages -- http://www.giovanni-maciocia.com/books/english/diagnosisbk.html. Purchase from:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0443064482/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20

While we assist the patient in understanding their health by using the time-tested clinical wisdom from the ancient Ayurvedic Sanskrit and Tibetan medical classics, we rely firmly (via "fair use" provision (17 USC §107) of the U.S. Copyright Act for non-profit educational and religious purposes only) on the two modern Ayurvedic textbooks that are respected in the colleges of Ayurvedic medicine in the USA and Europe:
Lad, Vasant, Dr., B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc., Textbook of Ayurveda, Vol I, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Ayurvedic Press, 2001, 368 Pages, ISBN: 1883725070. (800-863-7721 or 505-291-9698). Please kindly purchase from www.Ayurveda.com (http://www.ayurveda.com/ayurvedic_press/index.html), or http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1883725070/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20

Lad, Vasant, Dr., B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc., Textbook of Ayurveda: a Complete Guide to Clinical Assessment, Volume 2, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Ayurvedic Press, 2006, 382 Pages, ISBN-13: 978-1883725112 (800-863-7721 or 505-291-9698). Please kindly purchase from www.Ayurveda.com (http://www.ayurveda.com/ayurvedic_press/index.html), or http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1883725112/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20

Indo - Tibetan medicine -- enshrined in the classic medical text called Rgyud bzi which was originally composed in Sanskrit and still available in Tibetan -- is a veritable treasure of centuries of accumulated experience with rational fundamentals and scientifically analyzable therapeutic measures meant for the preservation and promotion of positive health, and prevention and cure of obstinate and otherwise incurable diseases.


Clinical Patients Visits using Five Element Herbal and Food Therapies of Himalayan Wisdom of Tibet, India, China, and Nepal - http://www.Ayurvedic-College.com - www.Ayurveda-Institute.org Distance Learning: Ayurvedic Medicine system of Nalanda University Tradition (based on Nagarjuna -- see below) of Buddhism of Tibet and India; Herbal medicine with patient herbal remedies from Indo-Tibetan Ayur-Veda.

Lectured at the various temporary virtual locations of the Medicine Buddha Healing Center (http://www.Ayurveda-Oakland.com) and/or at the Berkeley Buddhist Monastery by an American Buddhist Monk (D.Ayur, Ph.D) (not affiliated with Berkeley Monastery) of the Nagarjuna Nalanda Tradition of Indian - Chinese - Tibetan Buddhism - Nalanda University Buddhist Studies Program Distance Learning - www.Nalanda-University.com.

This recording is part of the Clinical Ayurveda Therapist (CAT) and/or Clinical Ayurvedic Herbalist (CAH) Herbal Certification and Distance Learning Program Correspondence Course training in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tibetan Medicine, and Ayurvedic Medicine as defined by the American Herbalists Guild MH (Master Herbalist) educational guidelines.

For affordable donation-only extensive Buddhist Ayurveda Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Distance Learning Program Certification, call Medicine Buddha Healing Center at 510-292-6696. For an Ayurvedic Consultation, please call us at the same number.

Buddhist Ayurveda classes (must R.S.V.P at 510-292-6696 - no drop-ins) are lectured every Tuesday 7:30 - 9:30 PM at the Berkeley Buddhist Monastery - Institute for World Religions (http://www.BerkeleyMonastery.org) of the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association (http://www.DRBA.org). Neither DRBA, nor Berkeley Buddhist Monastery is affiliated with this American Buddhist Monk - the Monastery is simply kindly offering this monk free access to the Buddha Hall to speak the Dharma to his students. E-Mail: Namo@Shurangama.com

Source Material from Medicine Buddha Healing Center (http://www.Ayurveda-Berkeley.com) and their Ayurveda Healing Arts Institute (http://www.ayurveda-college.com) - Clinical Ayurveda Therapist (CAT and Clinical Ayurvedic Herbalist (CAH) Herbal Certification and Distance Learning Program Correspondence Course of Buddhist Ayurveda Medicine with interpretations from Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tibetan Buddhist Medicine, Taoism and Yoga Veda.

http://www.Ayurveda-California.com, http://www.Ayurveda-Marin.com, Medicine Buddha Healing Center, Ayurveda Healing Arts Institute - A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Religious Association founded in July 2000 for the promotion of time-tested Indian, Chinese and Tibet Healing Arts of the Buddhist, Taoist, Confucian, Yogic, and Vedic Traditions.

Please visit http://www.youtube.com/user/AyurvedicMedicine, http://vimeo.com/ayurveda,.http://www.Ayurveda-TCM.com and http://www.Nalanda-University.com to better learn Buddhist Ayurveda in order to benefit and heal beings on a wide-scale.

In this course Ayur-Vedic audio, there are Opening Prayers (or Closing Dedication of Merit and Virtue Prayers) found in the beginning (or ending) of this recording and chanted by Buddhist Ayurveda Healers for more than 1500 years. The prayers, vows and mantras in this Ayur-Vedic audio-video course are based on Vajrayana Buddhist Siddham Sanskrit Mantras and some Hindu Sanskrit Mantras and other Chanting of the Highest Yoga Tantra of Medicine Buddha (Akshobhya Guhyasamaja).

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Closing (or Opening) Healing Prayers for
Healing Prayers for Chinese - Tibetan - Ayurveda Medicine Class:
Please kindly chant these Buddhist Sanskrit Siddham mantras-prayers on behalf of the persons whose voices you hear in these MP3 iPod recordings and dedicate the "grace" (the merit and virtue) to all living beings of the universe so we may all together develop our compassion and wisdom to the ultimate realization. Thank you. With gratitude from an American Buddhist Monk Ayurvedic Medicine Healer. Peace in Dharma, Buddha be with you.

In these iPod MP3 Ayurvedic audio recordings, we begin class (and/or end clinic patient consultations) with these traditional mantras and prayers:
Medicine Master Buddha Mantra:
Om Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru Vaidurya Prabaha Rajaya Tathagataya Arhat Samyaksambodhi Tadyata Om Bhaisajé Bhaisajye Bhaisajya Samudgate Svaha.
Please see: http://www.MedicineBuddha.com or also visit:
http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/Medicine_Buddha_Mantra

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All sentient beings, equal to space, go for refuge to the precious guru-Buddha of Medicine. We go for refuge to the Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha.
We go for refuge to the assembly of gurus, meditational deities, and dakinis. We go for refuge to the empty clarity of our own minds, the dharmakaya.
Recite these verses as many times as you are able.

Mantra Recitation

OM MANI PADME HUM
Recite this mantra hundreds of times, as many as you are able.

Once an epidemic was spreading from one person to another at the great monastery of the
Glorious Sakya (tradition of Tibetan Himalayas). Whatever the mantric masters tried - effigies, tormas, medicines, mantras, protection-amulets, and so forth - had no effect, and the monastery was in danger of annihilation. At that time, the master Monk Mahasiddha (Thang Tong Gyalpo) performed the 'Space' refuge, recited a number of mani mantras, and proclaimed this prayer called 'Attainment,' during which the entire epidemic immediately ceased in dependence upon its performance. Thereby, it became renowned, as the vajra speech radiating masses of clouds of blessing entitled, The Prayer liberating; Sakya from Disease.'


The Actual Prayer and Dedication of Healing Merit:

May all the diseases that sadden the minds of sentient beings that result from karma and temporary conditions, such as the harms of spirits, illnesses, and the elements, not occur in the realms of the world.

May whatever sufferings there are from life-threatening diseases that, like a butcher leading a being to be slaughtered, separate the body from the mind in a mere instant, not occur in the realms of the world.

May all embodied beings be unharmed by acute, chronic, and other infectious diseases, the mere sound of whose names terrifies beings, as though they had been placed inside the mouth of Yama, the Lord of Death.

May all embodied beings be unharmed by the 80,000 classes of harmful interferers, the 360 evil spirits that harm suddenly, the 424 diseases of Vata-Pitta-Kapha, and so forth.
May whatever sufferings there are due to disturbances of the four elements (air-Vata, fire-water-Pitta, water-earth-Kapha), depriving the body and mind of every pleasure, be totally pacified, and may the body and mind have radiance and power and be endowed with long life, good health, and well-being.

By the compassion of the gurus (Namo Arya Shen-Nong-Bhaisajya-Raja, Jivaka, Charaka-Patanjali, Nagarjuna, Ashvaghosha, Aryadeva, Jian Jen Shr, Da Xin Fa Shr, Shen Kai Shang Ren Shr, Hsuan Hua Shang Ren Shr, Upasaka Vasant Lad, Vagbhata Namaha) and the Triple Gem (Medicine Buddha, Buddhist Ayurveda - Buddha Dharma, Sangha of Arya Bodhisattva Vaidya Doctors), by the power of the Dakinis and Dakas, Arya Yogis and Yoginis, Rishis, Dharma protectors, guardians and Devas and Devis (Gods and Goddesses), and by the strength of the infallibility of karma and its results (cause and effect - Maha Prajna Paramita), may these many dedications and prayers be fulfilled as soon as they are made.


Hidden and Exalted Medicine Master Buddha Mantras (Guhyasamaja of Akshobhya):

OM AH VAJRADHRK HUM HUM, OM AH SPARSHAVAJRA KHAM HUM, OM AH JINAJIK OM HUM, OM AH RATNADHRK SVA HUM, OM AH AROLIK AH HUM, OM AH PRAJNADHRK HA HUM, OM AH MOHARATI LAM HUM, OM AH DVESHARATE MAM HUM, OM AH RAGARATI PAM HUM, OM AH VAJRARATI TAM HUM, OM AH RUPA VAJRA JAH HUM, OM AH SHAPTA VAJRA HUM HUM, OM AH GANDHA VAJRA BAM HUM, OM AH RASA VAJRA HOH HUM, JAH HUM BAM HO, OM AH MAITRI MAIM HUM, OM AH KSHITIGARBHA THLIM HUM, OM AH VAJRAPANI OM HUM, OM AH KHAGARBHA OM HUM, OM AH LOKESHVARA OM HUM, OM AH MANJUSHRI HUM HUM, OM AH SARVA NIVARANA V1SKAMBHINI OM HUM, OM AH SAMANTABHADRA SAM HUM, OM AH YAMANTA KRIT HUM HUM, OM AH PRAJNANTA KRIT HUM HUM, OM AH PADMANTA KRIT HUM HUM, OM AH VIGHNANTA KRIT HUM HUM, OM AH ACHALA HUM HUM, OM AH TAKKIRAJA HUM HUM, OM AH NILADANDA HUM HUM, OM AH MAHABALA HUM HUM, OM AH USHNISHA CHAKRA VARTIN HUM HUM, OM AH SUMBHA RAJA HUM HUM


Root Mantra of the Buddha Heruka:

OM KARA KARA/ KURU KURU/ BANDHA BANDHA/ TRASAYA TRASAYA/ KSHOBHAYA KSHOBHAYA/ HROM HRAUM/ HRAH HRAH/ PHEM PHEM/ PHE PHE/ DAHA DAYA/ PACHA PACHA/ BHAKSHA BHAKSHA/ VASU RUDHIRANTRA/ MALAVA LAMBINI/ GRIHNA GRIHNA/ SAPTA PATALA GATA/ BHUJAM GAM/ SARVAM PA/ TARJAYA TARJAYA/ AKADDHYA AKADDHYA/ HRIM HRIM/ JNAUM JNAUM/ KSHAMAM KSHAMAM/ HAM HAM/ HIM HIM/ HUM HUM/ KILI KILI/ SILI SILI/ HILI HILI/ DHILI DHILI/ HUM HUM PHAT

Praise to Vajrayogini the Female Buddha:
om nama aryaparajite trailokyamate maha vidyesvari hum hum phat.
om namah sarva bhuta bhaya vahe maha vajre hum hum phat.
om namo vajrasana ajite aparajite vasam kari netra hum hum phat.
om namah bhramini soshani rosani krodhani karalini hum hum phat.
om namah samtrasani marani suprabhedani parajaye hum hum phat.
om namo jaye vijaya jambhani stambhani mohanim hum hum phat.
om namo Vajravarahi Maha Yogini kamesvari khage hum hum phat.

dakmyadmam mantra yatha. om dakiniye hum hum phat. om lame hum hum phat. om khandarohe hum hum phat. om rupiniye hum hum phat.

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Medicine Master Buddha Mantra (Yao Shi Fou):
“Om Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru Vaidurya Prabaha Rajaya Tathagataya Arhaté Samyaksam Bodhi Tadyata Om Bhaisajé Bhaisajé Bhaisajya Samudgaté Svaha.”
Bhaiṣajya 藥師
Bhaiṣajyaguru 大醫王佛
Bhaiṣajya-guru 藥師
Bhaiṣajyaguru 藥師佛, 藥師佛, 藥師琉璃光如來, 醫王善逝, 鞞殺社窶嚕
Bhaiṣajyaguru vāiḍūrya prabhaḥ 藥師佛
Bhaiṣajya-guru-vaiḍūrya-prabhāṣa 藥師
Bhāiṣajya-guru-vāiḍūrya-prabha-tathāgata 藥師琉璃光如來
“Om Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru Vaidurya Prabaha Rajaya Tathagataya Arhaté Samyaksam Bodhi Tadyata Om Bhaisajé Bhaisajé Bhaisajya Samudgaté Svaha.”
Namo Four-Unlimited-Minds - Four Immeasurables - Four-Far-Reaching-Attitudes - Namo Chatur- Maha-Brahma-Viharas- great loving-kindness (Namo Maha Maitri), great compassion (Namo Maha Karuna), great sympathetic joy (Namo Maha Mudita), and great renunciation-detachment-equanimity (Namo Maha Upeksha).


The Four immeasurable Thoughts
Namo Maha Upeksha: How wonderful it would be if all sentient beings were to abide in equanimity (Maha Upeksha), free from hatred and attachment, not holding some close and others distant.
May they abide in equanimity. I myself will cause them to abide in equanimity.
Please, guru-deity, bless me to be able to do this.

Meditate briefly on tong-len (exchanging self for others), taking on all the disturbing emotions (tri-kleshas - three poisons of vata windy anxiety raga klesha, pitta fiery anger dvesha klesha, kapha sticky muddy-muddled ignorance moha klesha) of sentient beings and giving them to your self-cherishing thought, thus destroying it.

Namo Maha Mudita: How wonderful it would be if all sentient beings had happiness and the causes of happiness.
May they have happiness and its causes. I myself will cause them to have happiness and its causes.
Please, guru-deity, bless me to be able to do this.

Meditate briefly on tong-len (exchanging self for others), transforming your body into a wish-granting jewel (chittamani) that gives every sentient being every kind of temporal and ultimate happiness that they desire and need.

Namo Maha Karuna: How wonderful it would be if all sentient beings were free from suffering and the causes of suffering.
May they be free from suffering and its causes. I myself will cause them to be free from suffering and its causes. Please, guru-deity, bless me to be able to do this.
Meditate briefly on tong-len (exchanging self for others), taking on the sufferings and causes of suffering of all sentient beings.

Namo Maha Maitri: How wonderful it would be if all sentient beings were never separated from the happiness of higher rebirth and liberation. May they never be separated from these. I myself will cause them never to be separated from these. Please, guru-deity, bless me to be able to do this.

Meditate briefly on tong-len (exchanging self for others), giving all one's merits of past, present, and future and their results, including enlightenment, to all sentient beings.

LC 4 For the sake of all mother sentient beings, I shall become a guru-deity (Bodhisattva or Buddha)
And place all sentient beings In the supreme state of a guru-deity. (3x)
Meditate here on generating special bodhichitta in order to enter into the practice of Mantra - Highest Yoga Tantra (Maha Anuttara Tantra).


Generating Special 'Bodhichitta.
LC 5 For the sake of all mother sentient beings I shall quickly, quickly, in this very life, Realize the state of a primordial guru-yidam Buddha
(1. Namo Tathagata Kulaya: Namo Vairochana [Vairocana 吠路者那, 毘盧舍那] - Nishyanda-Shakyamuni [Śākya-muni 釋迦如來, 釋迦牟尼, Śākyamuni Tathāgataḥ 釋迦如來];
2. Namo Padma Kulaya: Namo Vajradharma-Amitayus-Amitabha [Amitābha 無量光, 阿彌, 阿彌陀, 阿彌陀婆, Amitāyus 無量光佛, 無量壽佛, 阿彌陀, 阿彌陀廋斯];
3. Namo Vajra Kulaya: Namo Vajradhara-Akshobhya-Bhaisajyaguru [Akṣobhya 不動佛, 無動佛, 無怒, 阿閦佛, 阿閦婆 Akṣobhya-Buddha 阿閦佛, Bhaiṣajyaguru 大醫王佛, Bhaiṣajya-guru 藥師, Bhaiṣajyaguru 藥師佛, 藥師佛, 藥師琉璃光如來, 醫王善逝, 鞞殺社窶嚕, Bhaiṣajyaguru vāiḍūrya prabhaḥ 藥師佛, Bhaiṣajya-guru-vaiḍūrya-prabhāṣa 藥師, Bhāiṣajya-guru-vāiḍūrya-prabha-tathāgata 藥師琉璃光如來.])

LC 6 I shall free all mother sentient beings from suffering And place them in the great bliss of Buddhahood; Therefore, I shall now practice The profound path of guru-yidam yoga.


Dissolve and absorb the refuge merit field and meditate on the three kayas (Om-Ah-Hum -- 1. OM Dharma-Kaya - Dharma-Dhatu - Tathagata-Garbha - Buddha-Matrix, 2. AH Sambhoga-Kaya - Reward Body - Enjoyment Body, 3. HUM Nirmana-Kaya - Transformation Body)

"The Dharani true words Nan Ya Hung (Om Ah Hum) are Vairochana, Amitabha and Akshobhya Medicine Buddha. The Dharma, Reward and Transformation bodies' three great meanings: All sages and worthies of the ten directions come forth from these." (From Ven. Master Hsuan Hua's Shurangama Commentary) OM AH HUM HA HO HRI

Because I, the deities, the field of merit, and all other phenomena are imputations (merely labeled - shunyata) on dependent arisings (pratityasamutpada), everything becomes empty having the true nature of selflessness (anatman), free from the four extremes such as eternalism, nihilism, and so forth.

OM SVABHAVA SHUDDHA SARVA DHARMA SVABHAVA SHUDDHO HAM
OM SHUNYATA JNANA VAJRA SVABHAVA ATMAKO HAM

Pause to meditate here on emptiness.
Then arise in the form of Medicine Buddha (Bhaisajya Guru)
or as whatever highest yoga tantra deity you have been initiated into.


LC 1 From within great bliss (Maha Sukha Samvara), I arise as a guru-deity.
From my clear body, masses of light rays radiate into the ten directions,
Blessing the world and its beings.
All becomes perfectly arrayed with only infinitely pure qualities.

These Ayurveda MPEG HTDV videos and Ayurvedic MP3 iPod audio lectures are rooted in the Sutra (scripture), Mantra, and Tantra teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha, Medicine Buddha (http://www.BhaisajyaGuru.com), Avalokiteshvara (see http://www.nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/avalokiteshvara-bodhisattva-guanyin-chenrezig-kanon-chenresi_guan-shr-yin-pu-sa.htm - Chenrezig in Tibetan, Guanyin in Mandarin Chinese, Virgin Mother Mary in Christianity, Catholic, Goddess of Mercy in Chinese Taoism), Manjushri (http://nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/manjushri-great-wisdom-bodhisattva_wen-shu-shr-li-pu-sa.htm), Ksitigarbha (http://nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/earth_store_ksitigarbha_di-zang_kshitigarbha-bodhisattva_earth_treasury_earth-matrix.htm), Samantabhadra (http://nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/universal_worthy_samantabhadra-bodhisattva_pu-syan-pu-sa.htm), Vajrapani (http://nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/vajrapani_bodhisattva_sadhana_wei-tuo-pusa.htm)


The clinical courses’ Ayurvedic MP3 (also Apple iPod) audios and HDTV Hi-Def Ayurveda movies (on YouTube.com as well) are based on commentaries (Shastra) and teachings of the Venerable Monk Ayurvedic Doctor Arya Nagarjuna Bodhisattva (http://nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/nagarjuna_bodhisattva_lung-shu_longshu-pusa_naga-arjuna_madyamika-marga.htm) of ancient Nalanda Monastery and Nalanda University and on those of the Venerable Chan Meditation Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua of City of 10000 Buddhas (www.DRBA.org -- http://nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/hsuan_hua_tripitaka-master_chan-monk_zen-weiyang-lineage_city-of-1000-buddhas.htm) along with the commentaries and oral teachings of Dr. Vasant Lad (http://www.ayurveda-berkeley.com/ayurvedic_doctor_vasant_lad_teacher_background.htm) and Vaidya Bhagvan Dash (http://www.ayurvedic-college.com/namo-nagarjuna-buddhist-ayurveda-nalanda-tradition/2_Bibliography_Dash_Bhagavan_Encyclopaedia_of_Tibetan_Medicine_Ayurveda.htm).

Also compiled from Dharma teachings, Sutras, Shastras and Indian, Tibetan, and Chinese Asian healing arts practices and teachings of the following Buddhist, Taoist and Vedic - Hindu spiritual medicine masters:

Namo Arya Avalokiteshvara - Manjushri - Samantabhadra - Ksitigarbha - Vajrapani - Bhaisajya Raja - Bhaisajya Samudgata Bodhisattvas - Namo Arya Sheng-Nong - Jivaka - Charaka - Nagarjuna Ashvaghosha - Aryadeva - Jian Zhen Shr - Da Xin Fa Shr - Shen Kai Shang Ren Shr - Hsuan Hua Shang Ren Shr - Upasaka Vasant Lad Vagbhata Namaha.

- Namo Arya Sheng-Nong (神農 the 2737 B.C. founder of Traditional Chinese Medicine - TCM - a transformation body of Medicine King Bodhisattva Bhaisajya Raja)
- Namo Arya Jivaka (Shakyamuni Buddha's personal Ayurvedic Physician 500 B.C.)
- Namo Arya Charaka (Patanjali Yoga Sutras author - 200 B.C. wandering Vedic Yogi Ayurvedic healer - author of Ayurveda Sanskrit classic Charaka Samhita)
- Namo Arya Monk Buddhist Nagarjuna Bodhisattva (200 A.D. abbot of Nalanda Monastery - the largest University in the world for 1000 years, Chan - Zen Meditation Patriarch, greatly renowned Ayurvedic Doctor and alchemy researcher and author of Ayurvedic classic Sushruta Samhita, responsible for bringing us the Avatamsaka Sutra and Shurangama Sutra and Mantra from the Naga realm)
- Namo Arya Monk Doctors Ashvaghosha and Aryadeva - close heart disciples of Nagarjuna Bodhisattva.
- Namo Arya Buddhist Monk Jian Zhen Shr (brought Chinese Medicine to Japan in Tang Dynasty 683-763 A.D.)
- Namo Arya Buddhist Monk Da Xin Fa Shr (a great 21st century Chinese Medicine Doctor and Bhikshu Dharma Master)
- Namo Arya Monk Shen Kai Shang Ren Shr (the Master Root Guru of Da Hsin Fa Shi)
- Namo Arya Monk Hsuan Hua Shang Ren Shr (the Founder of the Berkeley Buddhist Monastery and City of 10,000 Buddhas - one of the greatest Buddhist monks and Chinese Medicine mantra-healers of the 20th century - responsible for reviving the 42 Hands and Eyes Mantra practice after 300 years of obscurity)
- Namo Upasaka Vasant Lad (founder of Ayurvedic Institute - www.Ayurveda.com - teacher of the American Buddhist monk lecturing in this Ayurved iPod audio - HDTV video recording)
- Namo Shri Vagbhata (the great 700 A.D. Buddhist Ayurvedic Doctor - worshiper of Avalokiteshvara) Namaha -- Author of the classic Buddhist Ayurveda Sanskrit medical text called Astanga Hridayam.



Namo Arya Avalokiteshvara - Manjushri - Samantabhadra - Ksitigarbha - Vajrapani - Bhaisajya Raja - Bhaisajya Samudgata Bodhisattvas - Namo Arya Sheng-Nong - Jivaka - Charaka - Nagarjuna - Jian Zhen Shr - Da Xin Fa Shr - Shen Kai Shang Ren Shr - Hsuan Hua Shang Ren Shr - Upasaka Vasant Lad Vagbhata Namaha.

- Manjushri (Mañjuśrī 敬首, 文殊, 曼殊室利, 曼殊尸利, 曼首) Bodhisattva Mahasattva Maha Prajna Paramita
- Avalokiteshvara (Āryāvalokiteśvara 聖觀音, 婆盧枳底濕伐羅, 廅樓亘, 廅樓亙, 耶婆盧吉帝, 逋盧羯底攝伐羅, 闚音, 阿縛盧枳低濕伐邏, 阿那婆婁吉低輸) Bodhisattva Mahasattva Maha Karuna Brahma Vihara
- Samantabhadra (Samantabhadra 三慢陀颰陀, 三曼多跋陀羅菩薩, 三曼陀颰陀菩薩, 普賢菩薩) Bodhisattva Mahasattva Maha Sadhana Upaya Paramita
- Ksitigarbha (Kṣiti-garbha 地藏菩薩) Bodhisattva Mahasattva Maha Pranidhana Paramita
- Vajrapani (Vajrapāṇi 和夷羅洹閱叉, 跋闍羅波膩) Bodhisattva Mahasattva Maha Guhya Bala Paramita
- Bhaisajya Raja (Bhaiṣajya-rāja 藥王菩薩) Bhaisajya Samudgata (Bhaiṣajya-samudgata 藥上) Bodhisattvas Mahasattvas Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru Vaidurya Vaidya

NA MWO SA DAN TWO. SU CHYE DWO YE. E LA HE DI. SAN MYAU SAN PU TWO YE.

1. May Manjushri Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Wisdom (Namo Maha Prajna Paramita -- Om Ah Ra Pa Cha Na Dhi Om Sarva-Dharma 'bhava-Svabhava-Vishuddha Vajra (Chakshur) A Aa Am Ah. Prakruti-Parishuddhah Sarva-Dharma. Yad Uta Sarva-Tathagata-Jnana-Kaya-Manjushri-Parishuddhitam Upa-dayeti A Aah. Sarva-Tathagata-Hridaya. Hara Hara Om Hum Hrih. Bhagavan-Jnana-Murté. Vagi-Shvara Maha-Pacha. Sarva-Dharma-Gagana-Mala-Supari-Shuddha-Dharma-Dhatu-Jnana-Garbha A Ah.)

2. May Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Compassion (Namo Maha Karuna Brahma Vihara -- Om Mani Padme Hum -- Gate Gate Paragate Parasamgate Bodhi Svaha)

3. May Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Vows (Namo Maha Pranidhana Paramita --
Om Boe Lah Moe Ning Toe Ning Svaha)

4. May Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Strength (Namo Maha Bala Paramita)

5. May Samantabhadra Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Universally Worthy Conduct
(Namo Bodhisattva Charya Shila)

6. May Bhaisajya Raja and Bhaisajya Samudgata Bodhisattvas Mahasattvas bless us all with Great Medicine Mastery (Om Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru Vaidurya Vaidya)

7. May Vajrapani Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Protection (Namo Maha Virya Dhyana Samadhi Dharma-Pala -- Eh Nah Lee Pee Sheh Tee - Om Namo Vajrapani Hum Svaha)

8. May Maitreya Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Universal Loving-Kindness for all sentient beings (Namo Maha Maitri Kshanti Brahma Vihara -- Om Mohi Mohi Maha Mohi Svaha)

9. May Yama Raja Dharma-Pala Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Victory over Birth (Jati), Old-Age (Jara), Sickness (Roga) and Death (Maranam) (Namo Maha Mritunjaya Maha Upeksha Brahma Vihara)

10. May Mahakala Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Justice and Spiritual Attainments (Om Namo Avalokiteshvara Siddhaya Svaha Maha Siddhaya Svaha - Om Guru Mahakala Hari Nisa Siddhi Dza)

11. May Maha-Sveta Arya-Tara Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Sympathetic Joy (Namo Maha Mudita -- Om Tare Tuttare Ture Svaha. Namo Ratna Trayaya, Namo Arya Avalokiteshvaraya, Bodhisattvaya, Mahasattvaya, Maha Karunikaya, Om Tare Tuttare, Namo Sarva Papam Shodhaya Shodhaya, Vishodhaya Vishodhaya, Sarva Samudra Chhashana Karaya Svaha. OM I prostrate to the goddess foe destroyer, liberating lady Tara. Homage to TARE, savioress, heroine, With TUTTARE dispelling all fears, Granting all benefits with TURE, To her with sound SVAHA, I bow.

12. May Vajrayogini Bodhisattva Mahasattva bless us all with Great Brahmacharya (victory over heat of lust-craving and heat of anger-aversion) (Om Om Om Sarva Buddha Dakiniye Vajra Varnaneyi Vajra Vairochaneyi Hum Hum Hum Phat Phat Phat Svaha).

Om Vajrasattva Samaya, Manu Palaya, Vajrasattva, Deno Pratishta, Drido Mé Bhava, Supo Kayo May Bhava, Suto Kayo May Bhava, Ahnu-Rakto May Bhava, Sarva Siddhi May Prayatsha, Sarva Karma Sutsamay, Tsittam Shri Yam, Kuru Hum, Ha Ha Ha Ha Ho, Bhagavan Vajrasattva, Ma May Mutsa, Vajrasattva, Bhava Maha Samaya Sattva Ah Hung Phat.


Namo Arya Avalokiteshvara - Manjushri - Samantabhadra - Ksitigarbha - Vajrapani - Bhaisajya Raja - Bhaisajya Samudgata Bodhisattvas - Namo Arya Sheng-Nong - Jivaka - Charaka - Nagarjuna - Jian Zhen Shr - Da Xin Fa Shr - Shen Kai Shang Ren Shr - Hsuan Hua Shang Ren Shr - Upasaka Vasant Lad Vagbhata Namaha.

"From these Gurus and the Three Precious Gems
I take safe direction with myself clear as a Bodhisattva holding Compassion and Wisdom I present you with offerings.
Upholding the teachings of Sutra and Mantra, I restrain myself from a wide variety of faulty deeds.
Amassing within all constructive measures, I benefit beings through the four types of giving - Dharma, Pala, Maitri, Artha." (6x)

Namo Medicine Master Buddha Mantra
Namo Shurangama Dharani Lines 93-360-523: Great White Canopy OM SYI DAN DWO BWO DA LA Lines 1-4:
NA MWO SA DAN TWO. SU CHYE DWO YE. E LA HE DI. SAN MYAU SAN PU TWO YE.

Lines 47-53: I take refuge in the Five Buddha Families: NA MWO PE CHYE PE DI. DWO TWO CHYE DWO JYU LA YE. NA MWO BE TOU MWO JYU LA YE. NA MWO BA SHE LA JYU LA YE. NA MWO MWO NI JYU LA YE. NA MWO CHYE SHE JYU LA YE.

Shurangama Mantra Lines 63-72: Namo Akshobhya Medicine Buddha:
NA MWO PE CHYE PE DI. E CHU PI YE. DWO TWO CHYE DWO YE. E LA HE DI. SAN MYAU SAN PU TWO YE.
Akṣobhya 不動佛, 無動佛, 無怒, 阿閦佛, 阿閦婆 Akṣobhya-buddha 阿閦佛
NA MWO PE CHYE PE DI. BI SHA SHE YE. JYU LU FEI JU LI YE. BWO LA PE LA SHE. DWO TWO CHYE DWO YE.
Bhaiṣajyaguru 大醫王佛, Bhaiṣajya-guru 藥師, Bhaiṣajyaguru 藥師佛, 藥師佛, 藥師琉璃光如來, 醫王善逝, 鞞殺社窶嚕, Bhaiṣajyaguru vāiḍūrya prabhaḥ 藥師佛, Bhaiṣajya-guru-vaiḍūrya-prabhāṣa 藥師, Bhāiṣajya-guru-vāiḍūrya-prabha-tathāgata 藥師琉璃光如來.

Shurangama Five Hearts: Lines 104-108:
CHE TWO NI. E JYA LA. MI LI JU. BWO LI DAN LA YE. NING JYE LI

Shurangama Line 114 Good Sleep - Dreams: TU SYI FA. Lines 115-116 Wisdom: BWO NA NI. FA LA NI.
Heart Sutra Prajna Paramita Hridaya Mantra: GATÉ GATÉ PARAGATÉ PARASAMAGATÉ BODHI SVAHA
Avalokiteshvara's Jeweled Mirror Wisdom Prajna Mantra 20 (Line 37): SHR NWO SHR NWO.
NAN. WEI SA PU LA. NWO LA GE CHA. WA DZ LA. MAN CHA LA. HUNG PAN JA.

Lines 128-135 Shurangama Healing: SA PE SHE DU LU. NI PE LA RAU SHE. HU LAN TU SYI FA.
NAN JE NA SHE NI. PE SHA SHE. SYI DAN LA. E JI NI. WU TWO JYA LA RAU SHE
Lines 144-145 Namo Medicine King Bhaisajya Raja: PI LI JYU JR. SHR PE PI SHE YE. NAMO ARYA SHENG-NONG SHR, NAMO ARYA BHIKSHUS NAGARJUNA - JIAN ZHEN SHR (683-763 A.D.) - DA XIN FA SHR - UPASAKA VASANT LAD VAGBHATA.

Lines 234-235 Shurangama Stop Mass Weapons: SHE SA DWO LA PE YE. PE LA JAU JYE LA PE YE.

Lines 535-544: Shurangama Mantra Heart: DWO JR TWO. NAN. E NA LI. PI SHE TI. PI LA BA SHE LA. TWO LI. PAN TWO PAN TWO NI. BA SHE LA BANG NI PAN. HU SYIN DU LU YUNG PAN. SWO PE HE.

Mantras of Guan Yin:
Āryāvalokiteśvara 聖觀音
Avalokiteśvara 婆盧枳底濕伐羅, 廅樓亘, 廅樓亙, 耶婆盧吉帝, 逋盧羯底攝伐羅, 闚音, 阿縛盧枳低濕伐邏, 阿那婆婁吉低輸

HEAL: “For all internal illnesses, use the Jeweled Bowl Arogya Hasta Mantra 3 (42):
“HU LU HU LU SYI LI. NAN. JR LI JR LI. WA DZ LA. HUNG PAN JA.”


HEAL EYES: “For darkness and lack of light in the eyes, use the Sun Essence Namo Surya Prabha Bodhisattva Mani Netram Hasta Mantra 8 (32): “SHR FWO LA YE. NAN. DU BI. JYA YE DU BI. BWO LA WA LI NING. SA WA HE.” “Mind-ground’s brilliant light illuminates the world. Stupidity reversed, wisdom is attained.”
"Undefiled clear light, The sun of wisdom that breaks through the darkness is able to quell calamities of wind and fire as it shines on all worlds." From the NAMO LOTUS SUTRA - NAMO SADDHARMA PUNDARIKA SUTRA, Universal Door Chapter of Guan Shi Yin (OM NAMO AVALOKITESHVARA SAMANTA-MUKHA-PARIVARTA):
Volume 15, Chapter 25, p. 164


HEAL PITTA: “For sicknesses involving heat and poison, where one seeks coolness, use the Moon Essence Namo Chandra Prabha Bodhisattva Mani Jwara Hasta Mantra 9 (28): “DU LU DU LU. NAN. SU SYI DI JYA LI. SA WA HE” “Afflicted with fever poisons. Averts disaster, lengthens life, and benefits women and men.”


TRI-HEAL ALL: “For various illnesses of the body, use the Willow Branch Arogya Mantra 12 (35): “MU DI LI. NAN. SU SYI DI. JYA LI WA LI. DWO NAN DWO. MU DWO YI. WA DZ LA. WA DZ LA. PAN TWO. HE NANG HE NANG. HUNG PAN JA.” “Sick & suffering, fever-stricken, chance to thrive renewed.”

HEAL GOVERNMENT: “For avoiding difficulties with the law at all times and in all places, use the Ax Law Medicine King Namo Bhaisajya Raja Bodhisattva Hasta Mantra 16 (64): “SYI LU SENG E MU CHYWE YE. NAN.
WEI LA YE. WEI LA YE. SA WA HE.”
Bhaiṣajya-rāja 藥王
Bhaiṣajya-rāja Bodhisattva 藥王菩薩

LONG LIFE: “For the Way of the Immortals (Namo Sarva Arya Ayurveda-Tao-Te-Ching Rishi Nagarjuna), use the Five-Colored Cloud Rishi Hasta Mantra 23 (26): “MWO SHI MWO SYI. NAN. WA DZ LA. JYE LI LA. JA SYIN JA.”


PATIENCE: “For causing all beings to be always respectful and loving towards one another, use the Joined Palms Respectful Kind Loving Hasta Mantra 34 (44): “SYI LI SYI LI. NAN. BWO NA MAN RE LING. HE LI.” “SYI LI SYI LI.
Tripitaka True Words: NAN. WEI SA LA. WEI SA LA. HENG PAN JA.”


GREAT MEMORY: “For much learning and extensive study, use the Jeweled Sutra Hasta Mantra 37 (53-56): SYI TWO YE. SWO PE HE. MWO HE SYI TWO YE. SWO PE HE.
NAN. E HE LA. SA LA WA NI. NI YE TWO LA. BU NI DI. SA WA HE.”

HEAL ALL: Does the work of ALL the other 42 Hands and Eyes Mantras: “For subduing hateful demons in the Three Thousand Great Thousand Worlds, use the Uniting and Holding Thousand Arms Hasta Mantra 42 (74): “MWO PE LI SHENG JYE LA YE. NAN. DAN NI YE TWO. WA LU JR DI. SHR WA LA YE. SA PE DU SHAI. JA MING HE ME YE. SA WA HE.” Maha Prajna Paramita - the path of words is cut off.
Mahêśvara 大神妙天
Maheśvara 摩醯徑伐羅, 摩醯首羅, 莫醯, 魔醯

Namo arya-sarva-tathagato-ushnisahaa-shitata-patra-nama-parajita pratyangira maha-vidya-rajñi samapta Sutra. Shurangama Mantra Platform: 1. NAN. VAJRA TWO DO WAN 2. NAN. LAN SOHA 3.NAN. YA. HUNG (OM AH HUM) Om Namo Shurangama Mantra 1. na mwo sa dan two, 2. su chye dwo ye, 3. e la he di, 4. san myau san pu two sye, 5. na mwo sa dan two, 6. fwo two jyu jr shai ni shan, 7. na mwo sa pe, 8. bwo two bwo di, 9. sa dwo pi bi, 10. na mwo sa dwo nan, 11. san myau san pu two, 12. jyu jr nan, 13. swo she la pe jya, 14. seng chye nan, 15. na mwo lu ji e lwo han dwo nan, 16. na mwo su lu dwo bwo nwo nan, 17. na mwo swo jye li two chye mi nan, 18. na mwo lu ji san myau chye dwo nan, 19. san myau chye be la, 20. di bwo dwo nwo nan, 21. na mwo ti pe li shai nan, 22. na mwo syi two ye, 23. pi di ye, 24. two la li shai nan, 25. she pwo nu, 26. jya la he, 27. swo he swo la mwo two nan, 28. na mwo ba la he mwo ni, 29. na mwo yin two la ye, 30. na mwo pe chye pe di, 31. lu two la ye, 32. wu bwo be di, 33. swo syi ye ye, 34. na mwo pe chye pe di, 35. nwo la ye, 36. na ye, 37. pan je mwo he san mwo two la, 38. na mwo syi jye li dwo ye, 39. na mwo pe chye pe di, 40. mwo he jya la ye, 41. di li bwo la na, 42. chye la pi two la, 43. bwo na jya la ye, 44. e di mu di, 45. shr mwo she nwo ni, 46. pe syi ni, 47. mwo dan li chye na, 48. na mwo syi jye li dwo ye, 49. na mwo pe chye pe di, 50. dwo two chye dwo jyu la ye, 51. na mwo be tou mwo jyu la ye, 52. na mwo ba she la jyu la ye, 53. na mwo mwo ni jyu la ye, 54. na mwo chye she jyu la ye, 55. na mwo pe chye pe di, 56. di li cha, 57. shu la syi na, 58. bwo la he la na la she ye, 59. dwo two chye dwo ye, 60. na mwo pe chye pe di, 61. na mwo e mi dwo pe ye, 62. dwo two chye dwo ye, 63. e la he di, 64. san myau san pu two ye, 65. na mwo pe chye pe di, 66. e chu pi ye, 67. dwo two chye dwo ye, 68. e la he di, 69. san myau san pu two ye, 70. na mwo pe chye pe di, 71. bi sha she ye, 72. jyu lu fei ju li ye, 73. bwo la pe la she ye, 74. dwo two chye dwo ye, 75. na mwo pe chye pe di, 76. san bu shr bi dwo, 77. sa lyan nai la la she ye, 78. dwo two chye dwo ye, 79. e la he di, 80. san myau san pu two ye, 81. na mwo pe chye pe di, 82. she ji ye mu nwo ye, 83. dwo two chye dwo ye, 84. e la he di, 85. san myau san pu two ye, 86. na mwo pe chye pe di, 87. la dan na ji du la she ye, 88. dwo two chye dwo ye, 89. e la he di, 90. san myau san pu two ye, 91. di pyau, 92. na mwo sa jye li dwo, 93. yi tan pe chye pe dwo, 94. sa dan two chye du shai ni shan, 95. sa dan dwo bwo da lan, 96. na mwo e pe la shr dan, 97. bwo la di, 98. yang chi la, 99. sa la pe, 100. bwo dwo jye la he, 101. ni jye la he, 102. jye jya la he ni, 103. ba la bi di ye, 104. chr two ni, 105. e jya la, 106. mi li ju, 107. bwo li dan la ye, 108. ning jye li, 109. sa la pe

In this recording the following prayers act as the dedication of the teachings:
(http://www.Shurangama-Mantra.com)
"Ananda, this cluster of light atop the crown of the Buddha's head, the secret gatha, Syi Dan Dwo Bwo Da La (Sheetata Patra), with its subtle, wonderful divisions and phrases, gives birth to all the Buddhas of the ten directions. Because the Thus Come Ones of the ten directions use this mantra-heart, they realize unsurpassed, proper, and all-pervading knowledge and enlightenment (Anuttarasamyaksambodhi)."

Homage to the Ayurvedic Chinese Medicine Lineage Masters:
Namo Arya Sheng-Nong - Bhaisajya Raja - Jivaka - Charaka - Nagarjuna - Ashvaghosha - Aryadeva - Jian Zhen Shr - Da Xin Fa Shr - Shen Kai Shang Ren Shr - Hsuan Hua Shang Ren Shr - Upasaka Vasant Lad Vagbhata Avalokiteshvara Namaha.

"From these Gurus and the Three Precious Gems I take safe direction
with myself clear as a Bodhisattva holding Compassion and Wisdom
I present you with offerings.
Upholding the teachings of Sutra and Mantra,
I restrain myself from a wide variety of faulty deeds
Amassing within all constructive measures,
I benefit beings through the four types of giving - Dharma (wisdom-compassion teachings), Pala (protection),
Maitri (universal loving kindness), Artha (resources: food, clothing, shelter, medicines, money, relationships)." (6x)

Namo Shurangama Assembly of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas (3x)

O Deep and Wondrous Dharani (The Shurangama Mantra) - Unmoving (Akshobya Medicine Buddha) Honored One (Buddha).

Supreme Shurangama appears most rarely in the world. Extinguishing deluded thoughts (raga-vata-desire, dvesha-pitta-anger, moha-kapha-ignorance klesha-afflictions) from countless kalpas past (eons),
I needn't pass through eons 'till the Dharma Body's (Dharma Kaya - Enlightened Buddha Body) gained.

I wish (Bodhichitta) to now attain the Way ("The Buddha way is unsurpassed"); and as the Dharma King (Dharma Raja - a Buddha), I'll then return (as a Bodhisattva Mahasattva) to rescue beings more than Ganges sands.

This deep resolve (Bodhichitta) I offer to the myriad Buddhas' Lands (Buddha Kshetras - worlds), and thus endeavor to repay (filial respect) the Buddha's boundless grace (Nitya Punya).

I now request the Bhagavan (World-Honored One) to certify my Quest (the Ultimate Spiritual Quest for Enlightenment of Anuttara-Samyak-Sam-Bodhi); to enter first the evil world - the Five Turbidities (five obscurations or cloudinesses of mind -- 1. Kalpa or time Turbidity kalpa-kashaye hara; 2. View Turbidity or point of view drishti-kashaya hara; 3. Affliction Turbidity - greed-hatred-stupidity, vata desire, pitta anger, kapha ignorance - klesha-kashaye hara; 4. The living beings turbidity sattva-kashaye hara; and 5. The life turbidity - birth, old age, sickness and death - ayus-kashaye hara-ha).

If yet a single being's not accomplished Buddhahood, accordingly I also must renounce (Upeksha Chatura Brahma Vihara #4) Nirvana's Bliss.

O' Great in Courage (Conviction - Virya Paramita #4), Great in Power (Maha Bala Paramita #9), Great Compassionate (Maha Karuna Chatura Brahma Vihara #2) One (One = Oneness returns to Zero = Emptiness - Shunyata)!

I pray would now uncover and dispel my subt'lest doubts (Maha Prajna Paramita),
Thus cause me quickly to attain Supreme Enlightenment (Anuttarasamyaksambodhi),
And sit within the Bodhimandas (Way Places) of the Ten-Fold Realms ("The Ten Dharma Realms are not beyond a single thought.")
And even could (which it can…) the nature of Shunyata (empty space) melt away (shatter),
My Vajra-like (adamantine, indefatigable, unmoving Shurangama Akshobhya), Supreme Resolve (Bodhichitta) would still remain unmoved (Akshobhya).

Medicine Master Buddha Mantra (Yao Shi Fou):
“Om Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru Vaidurya Prabaha Rajaya Tathagataya Arhaté Samyaksam Bodhi Tadyata Om Bhaisajé Bhaisajé Bhaisajya Samudgaté Svaha.”

Bhaiṣajya 藥師

Bhaiṣajyaguru 大醫王佛

Bhaiṣajya-guru 藥師

Bhaiṣajyaguru 藥師佛, 藥師佛, 藥師琉璃光如來, 醫王善逝, 鞞殺社窶嚕

Bhaiṣajyaguru vāiḍūrya prabhaḥ 藥師佛

Bhaiṣajya-guru-vaiḍūrya-prabhāṣa 藥師

Bhāiṣajya-guru-vāiḍūrya-prabha-tathāgata 藥師琉璃光如來


Mantra for Patching Flaws in the Recitation: "NA MO HE LA DA NA, DUO LA YE YE. QIE LA QIE LA, JU ZHU JU ZHU, MO LA MO LA, HU LA, HONG, HE HE SU DA NA (SUDHANA), HONG, PO MO NU, SO PO HE." Chant 3x

Increasing Effect Mantra: OM SAMBHARA SAMBHARA BIMANA SARA MAHA JAVA HUM (7x)

To increase by 100,000 times the merit created, recite these special mantras at the end of the session: TADYATHA OM PANCHA GRIYA (five offerings or five faces) AVA BODHANI SVAHA (7x)

OM DHURU DHURU JAYA (Victory) MUKHE (Face or Mouth) SVAHA (7x)


Dedication and Transference of Merit (Punya) and Virtue:
I Now Universally Transfer the Merit and Virtue of to All Beings to realize Anuttara-Samyak-Sam-Bodhi
(“Unsurpassed Proper and Equal Right Enlightenment”: Anuttara is unsurpassed; samyak is proper and equal; and sambodhi is right enlightenment.)


We dedicate this merit-virtue to all beings so they may realize limitless contentment-equanimity-detachment (Maha Upeksha), compassionate wish for enlightenment on behalf of all beings (Bodhichitta), ultimate wisdom perceiving reality (Maha Prajna Paramita Anuttara-Samyak-Sambodhi).

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This series of free Ayurveda audio and films are taught by an ordained American Buddhist Monk of the Nagarjuna Nalanda tradition of Indian - Tibetan - Chinese Mahayana Buddhism - Asian and Western Herbal Medicine Practitioner - Master Herbalist of American Herbalists Guild (AHG). Depending when this recording was made, he may still have been a layman. http://www.Nalanda-University.com http://www.Ayurveda-Francisco.com (San Francisco Bay Area - Berkeley, California) and http://www.Ayurveda-California.com. Namo@Shurangama.com. For affordable donation-only in-depth Buddhist Ayurveda Traditional Chinese Medicine Distance Learning Program Certification, call Medicine Buddha Healing Center at (1) 510-292-6696.

For a copy of the actual written transliteration pronunciation of the words of these Siddham Sanskrit Mantras of the Great Compassion Bodhisattva, please visit:
http://www.Nalanda-University.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/SKT335_Avalokiteshvara_42-Hands-and-Eyes_Mantra_of_Great-Compassion-Dharani-Sutra_GuanYin_Chenrezig.doc

For details on the Great Compassion Mantra, please visit: http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/Great_Compassion_Mantra or please see http://nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/great_compassion_mantra_maha-karuna-dharani-avalokiteshvara_guan-yin-da-bei-jou.htm.


In order to give credit where credit is due, please read aloud this verse:
"From these Master Teachers and the Three Precious Gems (Namo Ratna Trayaya)
I take safe direction with myself clear as a Bodhisattva holding Compassion and Wisdom (Maha Prajna Paramita), I present you with offerings."

"Upholding the teachings of Sutra (Scripture) and Mantra (Prayer - Chanting),
Diamond Sutra (Vajra Cchedika Prajna Paramita Sutra) says: "There is no mark of self, And no mark of others, No mark of living beings, And no mark of a life." (Anatman, Na Sattva, Na Jiva, Na Pudgala)
The Diamond Sutra also says: "All conditioned phenomena Are like dreams, illusions, bubbles, shadows, Like dew drops and a lightning flash; Contemplate them thus."
I restrain myself from a wide variety of faulty deeds" (1. Killing - Harming Other Beings, 2. Stealing, 3. Sexual Misconduct, 4. Lying - Harsh Speech - Gossip-Slander - Lewd Speech, 5. Alcohol-Cigarettes-Drug Taking).


"Amassing within all constructive measures" (Upaya Paramita - skillful means), "I benefit beings through the four types of giving - Dharma (compassion-wisdom teachings), Pala (protection and encouragement), Maitri (loving-kindness), Artha (resources, food, clothing, shelter, medicine, relationships, money)."
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Pastoral Counselor’s and Client’s Declarations of First, Fourth, Sixth and Ninth Amendment Constitutional Rights and of Pastoral Counseling Authorization Contract / Agreement and Informed Consent

We declare that the ancient Buddhist Ayurvedic Healing Arts (Buddhist Healing Arts) of India-Tibet offer health education (pastoral counseling) to modern civilization to keep the proper balance between body, mind and consciousness (spirit). Through proper lifestyle, diet, cleansing regimes, and rejuvenation programs the Buddhist Healing Arts have traditionally helped one establish a long, healthy, fruitful and spiritual life. These healing arts were first described in the Sanskrit language in the ancient Buddhist, Yogic and Vedic scriptures and sutras and their commentaries such as the Medicine Master Buddha Sutra, the Dharani Sutra, the Shurangama Sutra, the Ambrosia Heart Tantra, and the Contemplation of King of Healing and Supreme Healer Bodhisattvas Sutra, Charak, Sushrut, and Vagbhat and others. We declare that the Buddhist Ayurvedic Healing Arts, although recently introduced to the United States, have been practiced by both monastic and lay practitioners in India for 2500+ years (since the time of Shakyamuni Buddha), and in Tibet for 1400+ years (since the arrival of Buddhism). It is, however, not presently recognized by the medical establishment of this country and such Buddhist Healing Arts are alternative or complementary to healing services licensed by the state. Buddhist Healing Arts are not and may not be licensed by the state.

I, _________________________________, acknowledge that the monk Venerable ________________ is a Buddhist Pastoral Counselor and Ayurvedic Herbalist, commissioned by the New Mexico-based and California-based non-profit 501(c)3 church, called the Medicine Buddha Healing Center (also know as the Ayurveda Healing Arts Institute) and he is not a licensed physician. I acknowledge that he studied for 6 years, and more than 1800 formal classroom and clinic hours, seeing 1900 clients with renowned Ayurvedic Physician Dr. Vasant Lad, M.A.Sc., at the Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico and India. Furthermore, I acknowledge that he has studied these healing arts informally for more than 3000 hours and is a Diplomate (D.Ayur) of the American Ayurvedic Association.

He desires to teach and share with me the Buddhist Healing Arts dharmic and karmic principles and practices and he encourages me to coordinate them with my conventional health care licensed by the state. I agree to consult regularly with my usual doctor or primary care provider and do all things necessary to insure my continued good health. We declare that the Pastoral Counselor’s gentle means of Buddhist Healing Arts and my willingly receiving these services is “the practice of religious tenets of a church (Medicine Buddha Healing Center) in the ministration to the sick or suffering by mental or spiritual means as provided by the law”).
I, _________________________________, would like to receive a consultation (pastoral counseling) from the Medicine Buddha Healing Center and/or its appointed Pastoral Counselor, the monk Venerable ________________, regarding the Buddhist Healing Arts and to receive their sacerdotal spiritual healing assessment, recommendations of, giving of, and administration of diet, herbs, exercise, cleansing and rejuvenation programs for the body, mind, and consciousness (spirit).

We both agree that these services are provided as free-of-charge religious practices and tenets of the Medicine Buddha Healing Center and hence they are constitutionally protected under the First, Fourth, Sixth and Ninth Amendments of the United States Constitution. (1st Amendment: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech…”)


I, _________________________________, agree to have the consultation digitally audio recorded and to allow all of the information on the audio and on this questionnaire to be put into a public (on the Internet via Archive.org or other popular multimedia audio-video service) educational anonymous database / correspondence course with my name, address, e-mail and phone number removed. I agree to have a picture taken of my face, hands, my tongue and my ears. The digital audio recording, and the pictures of my tongue, hands and ears will be included in the database / distance learning course. The picture of my face will remain confidential and not shared with others without my express written permission. This database / course will be used for free educational and research purposes to spread the dharmic teachings of these ancient spiritual healing arts by looking at their modern day manifestations. By filling out this questionnaire I agree to these terms and consent to freely provide the information on this form, which is required for pastoral counseling and is an integral part of ancient Buddhist religious tenets and practices described in various scriptures and their commentaries.


ARTICLE IX, U.S. CONSTITUTION
“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage other rights retained by the People.” Under the Ninth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, I retain the right to freedom of choice in health lifestyle education services and to pastoral counseling (as defined above). This includes the right to choose my diet, and to obtain, purchase and use any therapy, regimen, modality, remedy or product suggested by a therapist, doctor or any other practitioner, educator, or Pastoral Counselor of my choice. The enumeration in this Declaration of these rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage other rights retained by us, or our right to amend this Declaration at any time.

CONSTRUCTIVE NOTICE:
Notice is hereby given to any person(s) or governmental authority who receives a copy of this Declaration and who, acting under the color of the law, intentionally interferes with the free exercise of the rights retained by us under the First, Fourth, Sixth and Ninth Amendments, that they may be in violation of our civil and constitutional rights, Title 42, U.S.C. 1983 et seq. and Title 18, Section 241.

We declare all rights reserved without prejudice. I have read, understood and agree to the above.

Please read and sign the disclaimer: The monk Venerable ________________ is not a licensed doctor, but is an ordained American Buddhist monastic from Nalanda Monastery in France and for this consultation is in no way affiliated with any Pharmacy. The monk Venerable ________________ is a Buddhist Healing Arts Pastoral Counselor appointed by the non-profit 501(c)3 Medicine Buddha Healing Center (MBHC, also known as the Ayurveda Healing Arts Institute), and declares that the sacerdotal spiritual healing administration or recommendation (pastoral counseling) of any herbs, foods, food supplements, etc., as well as the gathering (via this form and via audio interviews) of information required for pastoral counseling, are an integral part of our ancient religious tenets and practices; and are hence, constitutionally protected. I, (print name)_________________________________ (sign signature)____________________________, request to have such an informational consultation and agree that neither Medicine Buddha Healing Center, nor the monk Venerable ________________ can accept legal responsibility for any information or advice that has been provided by the monk while he is visiting as a Pastoral Counselor in the Pharmacy’s bookstore, consultation meeting room or at the Medicine Buddha Healing Center. We do not know your background and medical history. Always consult your personal primary health care practitioner before you consume or discontinue the use of drugs or supplements. I agree to consult regularly with my usual doctor or primary care provider and do all things necessary to insure my continued good health. The monk Venerable ________________, Medicine Buddha Healing Center, and I declare all rights reserved without prejudice. By filling out this form I acknowledge I would like to receive a no-obligation Buddhist Ayurvedic pastoral counseling informational consultation with the monk Venerable ________________.


Date 2009-01-28
Source http://www.california-ayurvedic.com 510-292-6696 American Buddhist Monk (D.Ayur, Ph.D), Ayurvedic Chinese Medicine Practitioner - American Herbalists Guild level Master Herbalist (MH or MAH) - www.Ayurveda-Oakland.com for Consultations
Run time 1 Hour, 18 Minutes


Notes

For details visit, http://www.Bhaisajya-Guru.com

See the following articles on Asthma and Respiratory disorders:

http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/Asthma

http://oneearthherbs.squarespace.com/diseases/asthma.html

http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/Balancing_kapha

http://www.ayurveda-berkeley.com/Ayurveda_Books_Ayurvedic_Articles_Correspondence/Tridosha_Vata_Pitta_Kapha/Kapha-Balancing-Water-Earth-Qualities-Ayurvedic-Herbal-Practitioner.doc



http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/Herbs_for_treating_lung_conditions

http://oneearthherbs.squarespace.com/diseases/herbs-for-treating-lung-conditions.html



For full access to over 2000 MP3 iPod audios of actual Ayur-Vedic patient consultations in a searchable database, visit:

http://www.bhaisajyaguru.com/Clinical-Ayurvedic-Therapist-Distance-Learning-Ayurveda-Correspondence-Course-index.htm

http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/CLN301



Clinical Intake Form - Patient Medical History Intake Interview Questionnaires:
Please patiently keep track of each of the MP3 patient consultations as if they were your very own patients.
Use the short two page version (see http://www.bhaisajyaguru.com/namo-amitabha-buddha/AYR220_Ayurveda-TCM_Counseling_History_Short_Standard_Form_02212008_Rev6.doc or see
http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/AYR220_Ayurveda-TCM_Counseling_History_Short_Standard_Form) of the Intake Form below -- 1st page is for Health Assessment-History and 2nd page is for the Customized Herbal Formula Recommendations.
Be sure to print off at least 108 copies of the forms. To pass your Oral Exam for Level 1 to receive a Certificate you are required to listen to and document on paper more than 100 hours of MP3 consultations or 108 individual MP3 recording of 108 patients -- which ever comes first. While commuting, traveling or during other opportunities, it is useful to listen to as many MP3 consultations as you can by doing "mobile learning" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-learning) via your digital audio player (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_audio_player) or other mobile device (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_device) - see a comparison of portable players on the market (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_portable_media_players).
The Intake Form is key during the medical history (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_history) and clinical examination (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clinical_examination) since it helps to categorize the chief complaint (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chief_complaint), and all of the myriad symptoms (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symptom) and clinical signs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_sign) into an Ayurvedic diagnosis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diagnosis) along the lines of vata, pitta, kapha, ama-agni, seven dhatus, three mala (urine, feces, sweat), ojas-tejas-prana and other key classifications.
AYR220_Ayurveda-TCM_Counseling_History_Short_Standard_Form_02212008_Rev6.doc
http://www.bhaisajyaguru.com/namo-amitabha-buddha/AYR220_Ayurveda-TCM_Counseling_History_Short_Standard_Form.doc
http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/AYR220_Ayurveda-TCM_Counseling_History_Short_Standard_Form

Here is the 43 page long version which has commentary and details for clinical assessment.
AYR220_Ayurveda-TCM_Counseling_History_Long_Explanatory_Form_02212008_Rev6.doc - contains Herbs for the Dhatus
http://www.bhaisajyaguru.com/namo-amitabha-buddha/AYR220_Ayurveda-TCM_Counseling_History_Long_Explanatory_Form.doc
http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/AYR220_Ayurveda-TCM_Counseling_History_Long_Explanatory_Form

Key for Beginners:
http://www.bhaisajyaguru.com/Clinical-Ayurvedic-Therapist-Distance-Learning-Ayurveda-Correspondence-Course-index.htm#Dhatu_Dushti_Vata-Pitta-Kapha-Disease-of-Tissues-Organs
Please be aware as you listen to the MP3 clinical patient consultations of how Dhatu Dushti (http://www.bhaisajyaguru.com/Clinical-Ayurvedic-Therapist-Distance-Learning-Ayurveda-Correspondence-Course-index.htm#Dhatu_Dushti_Vata-Pitta-Kapha-Disease-of-Tissues-Organs) is manifesting in the patients -- what stage of tissue disturbance is clinically manifesting (click here for a full explanation for beginners: http://www.bhaisajyaguru.com/Clinical-Ayurvedic-Therapist-Distance-Learning-Ayurveda-Correspondence-Course-index.htm#Dhatu_Dushti_Vata-Pitta-Kapha-Disease-of-Tissues-Organs). This means that excess vata, and/or pitta and/or kapha dosha (may be all three doshas in serious cases) enters into the tissue systems and their respective organs causing disturbance in agni (metabolism - vata vishama, pitta tikshna, or kapha manda), creation of ama (toxins and undigested qualities in a vata, pitta and/or kapha form), and disease due to excess or inappropriate build-up of the doshas attributes and their effects (guna-karma) of vata-pitta-kapha.

Each segment of the http://www.Ayurveda-TCM.com documentary films or video clips or MP3 iPhone-iPod audios are based on the following bibliography of books that the speaker comments on and lectures from:

Source: Lad, Vasant, Dr. B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc., Ayurvedic Perspectives on Selected Pathologies - an Anthology of Essential Reading from Ayurveda Today, Albuquerque, NM: Ayurvedic Press (800-863-7721 or 505-291-9698), 2005: Chapters 2 & 4, pp. 9-12 and 17-23. www.Ayurveda.com, www.Amazon.com ISBN 13: 978-1-883725-12-9. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1883725127/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20

See: http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/Vasant_Lad

Source: Lad, Vasant, Dr., B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc., Textbook of Ayurveda, Vol I, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Ayurvedic Press, 2001, 368 Pages, ISBN: 1883725070. (800-863-7721 or 505-291-9698) www.Ayurveda.com, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1883725070/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20

Source: Lad, Vasant, Dr., B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc., Textbook of Ayurveda: a Complete Guide to Clinical Assessment, Volume 2, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Ayurvedic Press, 2006, 382 Pages, ISBN-13: 978-1883725112 (800-863-7721 or 505-291-9698) www.Ayurveda.com, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1883725112/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20

Source: Lad, Vasant, Dr., The Complete Book of Ayurvedic Home Remedies, New York, New York: Three Rivers Press (Random House), 1998. www.Amazon.com

Source: Tillotson, Alan Keith, The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook -- Chinese, Western, Ayurvedic, New York: Kensington, 2001. Direct from the author: (302) 994-0465 or Amazon.com.
http://oneearthherbs.squarespace.com/one-earth-herbal-sourcebook

http://www.oneearthherbs.com/OneEarthReferences.html

Source: Dash, Bhagavan Vaidya, Dr., Encyclopaedia of Tibetan Medicine, Delhi, India: Sri Satguru Publications, 1994: p. 95. ISBN81-7030-408-3 (Vol.11) ISBN81-7030- 397-4
301 pages, $40 Indian Medical Science Series No.—21 Be sure to order the right volume.
Purchase Source 1: www.amazon.com/gp/product/8170304083/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20
Purchase Source 2: http://www.vedamsbooks.com/no9072.htm
[ref. Vagbhata's Astanga-Hridaya : Sutra 14 : 1-3]

Source: Maciocia, Giovanni, Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text for Acupuncturists and Herbalists, 2nd edition, Published by Churchill Livingstone, First published: 1989. Second edition: 2005. ISBN: 0-443-07489-5. 1200 pages -- http://www.giovanni-maciocia.com/books/english/foundation.html. Purchase from: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0443074895/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20

See: http://correspondencecourse.ayurveda-distancelearning.com/wiki/Giovanni_Maciocia

Source: Maciocia, Giovanni, Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine, Published by Elsevier Ltd., ISBN 0 443 06448 2 First edition 2004. 1127 pages -- http://www.giovanni-maciocia.com/books/english/diagnosisbk.html. Purchase from:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0443064482/ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20



Buddhist Ayurveda, Ordained Buddhist Monk Practitioner

Name

Follow-up Appointment Date

Date Today: _____ Time Begin: ____ End: ____

Birth Date-Time-Place:____________________________

Your Constitution (Prakruti / Genetic-Karmic Makeup) is:

____ Changeable Vata (Space & Air)

___ Intense Pitta (Fire & Water)

Relaxed Kapha (Water & Earth)

Height:_____ Weight:_______

As a Child of 10 years old:

Thin - skinny (Vata) _____Medium (Pitta) _____Husky / Chubby (Kapha)


Blood Type:

O is Universal Donor - Rakta Moksha_____

O Rh positive is often Pitta or Pitta-Kapha dual: Holds true 65% of the time

O Rh neg. Pitta primary: 70% _____A Vata primary: 80%
B Kapha primary: 80% _____
AB Universal Recipient: Vata-Kapha: 65%

Energy Level:_____ Poor (V), _____Intense (P), _____Steady (K), _____


Current State (Vikruti): V_____ P_____ K_____ q


Sleep:

OK / Balanced - healthy

Insomnia (Cold Hyper Vata)

Insomnia (Hot Intense Pitta)

Deep or Good (Kapha)


Emotions:

Nervous, Anxious, Lonely, (Spacey, Airy Ungrounded Vata)

Irritable, Anger, Jealousy, Perfectionistic, (Hot Fiery Pitta) _____

Depressed, Lousy, Drowsy, Couch-Potato, Attached, ______________ (Heavy Stuck Kapha Mud)


Memory:

_____Learn fast, Forget fast (Vata) _____

Learn fast, Remember (Pitta) _____

Learn slowly, Remember (Kapha); ______________


Blood Pressur:

____ systolic over ___ diastolic _____Normal-Balanced (120-140 over 70-90)

Cholesterol: __________

Diagonal groove on lobe (Kapha in the heart)


Bowel Movements: _____

1x or Constipation (Dry Cold Gassy Vata) _____

2, 3, 4, or Loose (Pitta) _____

1x Normal (K) _____Kapha Mucous


Stool sinks, leaves traces (toxins) / _____

Stool Floats (healthy)


Agni (Digestion): _____

Vishama (Variable Vata) _____

Eats at irregular times _____

Hyper-thyroid _____

Underweight _____

Anemic _____

Anorexic _____

Tikshna - Hypoglycemic (Sharp Pitta), _____

Acid reflux, _____

Acid belly, _____

Heart burn, _____

Irritable Bowel, _____

Ulcers; ________________ _____

Manda (Slow K): squared tongue, no nail moons, _____

Hypothyroid _____

Overweight _____

Diabetes; _______________


Mucous: _____

Clear (V) / _____

Yellow (P) / _____ Green (P) / _____

White (K) _________________


Nails:

No Moons _____Thumb, _____Index, _____Middle _____

White spots (Ca or Zn deficient)_____

Longitudinal striations (V malabsorption)


Ama (Toxins) from Tongue Exam: _____

OK normal pink, no coating _____

Teeth Marks (Malabsorption)
_____

Colon/Crack down center (V) _____

Chicken feet (dried mud) tongue (V) _____

Yellow (P) _____

Red (P) _____

White (K)
_____

Tongue tremors, _____

Tongue Heart Depression,

Ama Level 0-4 ____________ Notes: ____________________________________


Pulse: _____

Low (Vata cold empty pulse disappears on pressure) _____

High (Pitta intense hot rebounding pulse) _____

High (Kapha cholesterol congestive)


Right Hand of Patient: Index finger deep: Lung ___________________________ /

Index superficial:

Colon _________________________


Pulse: Middle finger deep:

Liver ______________________________ /

Middle finger superficial: Gall Bladder __________,

VPK, Pericardium



Left Hand:

Index finger deep: Heart ________________________________ /

Index superficial: Small Intestine ______________________

Middle finger deep: Spleen ______________________________ /

Middle finger superficial: Stomach _______________________________


Ring finger deep: Kidney ___________________________ /

Ring finger superficial: Bladder ____________


Urination at night? Y / N ___#x


Pain: _____

Cold, vague, radiating, pulsating, moves around, comes & goes, Autumn time, dawn (2am-6am) & / or dusk (2pm-6pm) (V)

Hot, precise, sharp, burning, inflammatory, irritable, face flushed, Summer, mid-day (10am-2pm) & / or midnight (10pm-2am) (P)

Heavy, dull, deep, mild, aching, edema-puffy-swelling, congestive, Spring, early-day (6am-10am) & / or early PM (6pm-10pm) (K)


Details: ____________________

Headaches: _____

Back of head - Occipital (V) , _____

Temples - Retrobulbar - Orbital (P), _____

Behind / around eyeballs (P Liver), _____

Sinus (K)


Eyes:

Dry _____Looks up _____Darting _____Tremors (V); _____Red _____Looks intense (P); _____Looks down _____Tears _____Cataracts _____Glaucoma (K)


Menstruation:

11-13 yr onset, _____Irregular, _____Irregularly irregular, _____Dysmenorrhea (painful), _____Amenorrhea (stopped), _____Infertility (Vata), _____Miscarriages (Vata) _____

8-11 yr onset (Pitta), P.M.S. with irritability, Very heavy flow (Menorrhagia) (Pitta)
_____

14-18 yr. onset (Kapha), _____Yeast infections (Pitta-Kapha), White discharges (Leucorrhea) (Kapha) _____OK, Balanced _____

# of Kids: ___


Vikruti Vyadhi (Ailment):Vata (________________________) Pitta (_____________________) Kapha (____________________)
Lakshanami (Symtpoms):



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7-Point Ayurvedic Morning-Meditation Mind-Training Health-Guidelines for
Compassion-Wisdom-Equanimity:

1. Apply Herbal Oil to body _________________________________________________________________

2. For Vata, take Bath (for same amount of time as you would a shower) or for Pitta or Kapha Shower

3. Essential Oil on Chakras Crown-Scalp, Third-Eye, Upper Lip, Throat, Heart-Sternum, Belly Button, Tail Bone
____________________________________________________________________________________

4. Light 25 minute long gift Incense Stick Offering: offer it in a rice bowl to a "higher power" and do
5 minutes of Yoga or other stretching exercise (Tai Qi, Qi Gong, etc) - Not part of daily 1/2 hour exercise routine

5. 5 minutes of Alternate Nostril Breathing (Pranayama) with Nasya - Herbal Nose Drop Oil
____________________________________________________________________________________

6. 5 minutes of chanting of "seed syllables" to calm and focus the mind:
_ “She Dan Doe Bo Da La” _____________________________________________________________

7. 5 minutes of Observing the Breath directly at only one nostril (calm abiding, focused awareness,
concentration, passive-choiceless-awareness, called Shamatha meditation in Sanskrit)

8. 5 minutes of Contemplating (contemplative wisdom - Vipassana in Sanskrit) the qualities or attributes of
your predominant imbalance (vata, pitta or kapha). Meditate on only 1 attribute per meditation session.

Vata (Spacey, Airy, Windy) Pitta (Fiery - Hot) Kapha (Watery, Earthy)
"Don't Worry" (Trust Life!) "Don't Hurry" (Be Patient) "Stay Busy" (Exercise Daily)
1. Dry, 1. Slightly Oily, 1. Oily, Fatty, Cholesterol
2. Light - No Salads, Popcorn, Chips, 2. Hot, 3. Sharp, 2. Cool (ice is not nice!),
3. Cold, 4. Light-Bright, 3. Heavy, 4. Slow,
4. Hard, 5. Visram = Fleshy, Fishy, 5. Mucousy, Slippery, Slimy,
5. Subtle, Scattered, Funky, Fetid, Rotting, 6. Earthy - Grounded, Relaxed,
6. Hyper - Hurried (No Caffeine!) Blood-Metallic, 7. Stable - Reliable, Regular,
6. Spreading,
7. Liquid - Sweaty

7. Avoid Bitter (No Coffee!, 8. Avoid Spicy - Pungent, 8. Avoid Sweet (No Ice Cream)
- No Tea - Very Little Bitter Salad) 9. Avoid Sour (Acid-Belly), 9. Avoid Salty (Water Retention,
8. Avoid Dry - Astringent, (No Coffee, No Alcohol), High Blood Pressure)
9. Avoid Dry Hot 10. Avoid Salty 10. Be VEGAN (No Animal
Spicy (Cayenne) (It Burns + High Blood Pressure) Products, No Meat, No Eggs,
Eat Cooked Food - Little Raw Food! Be VEGATARIAN (No Meat) No Dairy)

Avoid Black color (represents empty space) Avoid Red, Yellow, Orange colors Avoid Blue (water), Brown (earth)






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Source: Commentaries on Shurangama Sutra Mantra Taisho No. T 945 by diverse Buddhist Monks and Nuns such as Ven. Chan Zen Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua (Xuan Hua) of the City of 10,000 Buddhas (Dharma Realm Buddhist Association - www.DRBA.org), Venerable Dharma Master Hsu Fa of the Ching Dynasty, Namo Shurangama Tripitaka-Charya Venerable Master Arya Nagarguna, Venerable Tang Dynasty Sanskrit to Chinese Translator Dharma Master Shramana Paramiti, reviewer Dharma Master Shramana Meghashikara, certifier Shramana Hwai Di and editor disciple Fang Yung, Hsu Yun (Xu yun), Bhikshuni translator Heng Ch'ih (Heng Chr), Heng Tao and other translators of the Buddhist Text Translation Society (www.BTTSonline.org), an Anonymous American Buddhist Monk of the Tibetan and Chinese Mahayana Tradition www.Shurangama.com, Namo@Shurangama.com; Namo Chandragomin's ārya-tathāgatoṣṇīṣa sitātapatrā-parājitā pratyaṅgirā nāma dhāraṇī sādhana. The fifth century A.D. sagely Indian Buddhist Upasaka Pandit Chandragomin from Nalanda Monastic University wrote three commentaries and one Sadhana (Puja ceremony) on the Shurangama Mantra in Sanskrit: It is still extant in its Tibetan form in the Peking Edition No. 3904, 3905, 3916 and 3917 of the Tibetan Tripitaka Tangyur as the ārya-tathāgatoṣṇīṣa sitātapatrā-parājitā pratyaṅgirā nāma dhāraṇī sādhana (P.E. 3905). The Tibetan name for Chandragomin's Shurangama Mantra Sadhana is hphags-pa de-bshin-gsegs-pahi gtsug-tor-nas byun-bahi gdugs dkar-mo-can gshan-gyis mi-thub-pa phyir bzlog-pa shes-bya-bahi gzuns kyi sgrub-thabs. (Source: Indian Buddhist Pundits - from the Jewel Garland of Buddhist History, (Tibetan title: Chos-'byung-zin-bris-nor-bu 'phreng-ba compiled Tibetan Masters), translator Lobsang Norbu Tsonawa, Dharamsala, India: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA), 1985, Revised Edition 2005: p. 102, ISBN 81-85102-42-2) The main source is the Tripitaka Sutra, Shastra and Vinaya teachings (as found in the scripture storehouse of the Indian Sanskrit-Siddham, Chinese, Tibetan and Japanese traditions of the Nalanda Tradition of ancient Nalanda University) of Shakyamuni Buddha, and his Arya Sagely Bodhisattva Bhikshu Monk and Upasaka disciples. These Dharma Master teachers include Arya Venerables Nagarjuna, Ashvaghosha, Aryasura, Kumarajiva, Shantideva, Chandrakirti, Chandragomin, Vasubandhu, Asanga, Hui Neng, Atisha, Kamalashila, Dharmarakshita, Tsong Khapa, Thogme Zangpo, Patanjali, Sushruta, Charaka, Vagbhata, Nichiren, Hsu Yun, Hsuan Hua, Shen Kai, Tenzin Gyatso, Kyabje Zopa, Ajahn Chah, Vasant Lad, and other modern day masters. All of these above teachers thinking has influenced these Buddhist MP3 audio recordings Dharma talks. Main source is the: Namo "Sutra of the Foremost Shurangama at the Great Buddha's Summit Concerning the Tathagata's Secret Cause of Cultivation, His Certification to the Complete Meaning and all Bodhisattvas' Myriad Practices." Also called Namo Shurangama Tathāgatoṣṇīṣa-Sitātapatrā (सितातपत्रा) Mantra Dharani Om namaḥ śrī-sarva-buddha-bodhisattvebhyaḥ ॐ नमः श्रीसर्वबुद्धबोधिसत्त्वेभ्यः। Śūraṃgama-sūtra - Namo Shǒu lèngyán jīng 首楞嚴經 - Namo ārya-sarva-tathāgatoṣṇīṣa-sitāta-patrā-nāma-parājitā pratyaṅgirā mahā-vidyā-rājñī samāptā - Om Namo Shurangama Sutra-Mantra - Om Namo Léngyán jīng 棱嚴經 (Taisho number T 945) - A Zen -Chan and Tantric Mantra Tantra Sutra scripture translated by Paramiti (Pāramiti 般刺蜜帝) in 705 A.D.; v. 首楞嚴經 - Namo Uṣṇīṣavijayādhāraṇī - Namo Fódǐng zūnshèng tuóluóní jīng - Namo Sarvatathāgataoṣṇīṣaśitātapatrā-nāmāparājitā-mahāpratyaṅgirā-mahāvidyārājñī-nāma-dhāraṇī - Om Namo Dà fódǐng rúlái fàngguāng Xīdáduōbōdáluó tuóluóní 大佛頂如來放光悉憺多鉢憺陀羅尼 - Namo Dhāraṇī of Śitātapatra - Namo Great Corona of All Tathāgatas, Radiating Light [Namo The Great Queen of Vidyā called Aparājitā]. Tibetan version is: To.590/985, P.202/610 (['phags pa] De bshin gshegs pa thams cad kyi gtsug tor nas byung ba gdugs dkar po can shes bya ba gshan gyis mi thub ma phyir zlog pa'i rig sngags kyi rgyal mo chen mo)) Siddhaya, Swaha Maha Siddhaya Swaha.
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Source: Commentaries on Shurangama Sutra Mantra Taisho No. T 945 by diverse Buddhist Monks and Nuns such as Ven. Chan Zen Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua (Xuan Hua) of the City of 10,000 Buddhas (Dharma Realm Buddhist Association - www.DRBA.org), Venerable Dharma Master Hsu Fa of the Ching Dynasty, Namo Shurangama Tripitaka-Charya Venerable Master Arya Nagarguna, Venerable Tang Dynasty Sanskrit to Chinese Translator Dharma Master Shramana Paramiti, reviewer Dharma Master Shramana Meghashikara, certifier Shramana Hwai Di and editor disciple Fang Yung, Hsu Yun (Xu yun), Bhikshuni translator Heng Ch'ih (Heng Chr), Heng Tao and other translators of the Buddhist Text Translation Society (www.BTTSonline.org), an Anonymous American Buddhist Monk of the Tibetan and Chinese Mahayana Tradition www.Shurangama.com, Namo@Shurangama.com; Namo Chandragomin's ārya-tathāgatoṣṇīṣa sitātapatrā-parājitā pratyaṅgirā nāma dhāraṇī sādhana. The fifth century A.D. sagely Indian Buddhist Upasaka Pandit Chandragomin from Nalanda Monastic University wrote three commentaries and one Sadhana (Puja ceremony) on the Shurangama Mantra in Sanskrit: It is still extant in its Tibetan form in the Peking Edition No. 3904, 3905, 3916 and 3917 of the Tibetan Tripitaka Tangyur as the ārya-tathāgatoṣṇīṣa sitātapatrā-parājitā pratyaṅgirā nāma dhāraṇī sādhana (P.E. 3905). The Tibetan name for Chandragomin's Shurangama Mantra Sadhana is hphags-pa de-bshin-gsegs-pahi gtsug-tor-nas byun-bahi gdugs dkar-mo-can gshan-gyis mi-thub-pa phyir bzlog-pa shes-bya-bahi gzuns kyi sgrub-thabs. (Source: Indian Buddhist Pundits - from the Jewel Garland of Buddhist History, (Tibetan title: Chos-'byung-zin-bris-nor-bu 'phreng-ba compiled Tibetan Masters), translator Lobsang Norbu Tsonawa, Dharamsala, India: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA), 1985, Revised Edition 2005: p. 102, ISBN 81-85102-42-2) The main source is the Tripitaka Sutra, Shastra and Vinaya teachings (as found in the scripture storehouse of the Indian Sanskrit-Siddham, Chinese, Tibetan and Japanese traditions of the Nalanda Tradition of ancient Nalanda University) of Shakyamuni Buddha, and his Arya Sagely Bodhisattva Bhikshu Monk and Upasaka disciples. These Dharma Master teachers include Arya Venerables Nagarjuna, Ashvaghosha, Aryasura, Kumarajiva, Shantideva, Chandrakirti, Chandragomin, Vasubandhu, Asanga, Hui Neng, Atisha, Kamalashila, Dharmarakshita, Tsong Khapa, Thogme Zangpo, Patanjali, Sushruta, Charaka, Vagbhata, Nichiren, Hsu Yun, Hsuan Hua, Shen Kai, Tenzin Gyatso, Kyabje Zopa, Ajahn Chah, Vasant Lad, and other modern day masters. All of these above teachers thinking has influenced these Buddhist MP3 audio recordings Dharma talks. Main source is the: Namo "Sutra of the Foremost Shurangama at the Great Buddha's Summit Concerning the Tathagata's Secret Cause of Cultivation, His Certification to the Complete Meaning and all Bodhisattvas' Myriad Practices." Also called Namo Shurangama Tathāgatoṣṇīṣa-Sitātapatrā (सितातपत्रा) Mantra Dharani Om namaḥ śrī-sarva-buddha-bodhisattvebhyaḥ ॐ नमः श्रीसर्वबुद्धबोधिसत्त्वेभ्यः। Śūraṃgama-sūtra - Namo Shǒu lèngyán jīng 首楞嚴經 - Namo ārya-sarva-tathāgatoṣṇīṣa-sitāta-patrā-nāma-parājitā pratyaṅgirā mahā-vidyā-rājñī samāptā - Om Namo Shurangama Sutra-Mantra - Om Namo Léngyán jīng 棱嚴經 (Taisho number T 945) - A Zen -Chan and Tantric Mantra Tantra Sutra scripture translated by Paramiti (Pāramiti 般刺蜜帝) in 705 A.D.; v. 首楞嚴經 - Namo Uṣṇīṣavijayādhāraṇī - Namo Fódǐng zūnshèng tuóluóní jīng - Namo Sarvatathāgataoṣṇīṣaśitātapatrā-nāmāparājitā-mahāpratyaṅgirā-mahāvidyārājñī-nāma-dhāraṇī - Om Namo Dà fódǐng rúlái fàngguāng Xīdáduōbōdáluó tuóluóní 大佛頂如來放光悉憺多鉢憺陀羅尼 - Namo Dhāraṇī of Śitātapatra - Namo Great Corona of All Tathāgatas, Radiating Light [Namo The Great Queen of Vidyā called Aparājitā]. Tibetan version is: To.590/985, P.202/610 (['phags pa] De bshin gshegs pa thams cad kyi gtsug tor nas byung ba gdugs dkar po can shes bya ba gshan gyis mi thub ma phyir zlog pa'i rig sngags kyi rgyal mo chen mo)) Siddhaya, Swaha Maha Siddhaya Swaha.
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